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Frequently asked questions. Have a question? Post it here or to = one of our Mailing Lists.
boo is licensed under a MIT/BSD style license. The curr= ent license is always available here.
Boo is already usable for a large variety of tasks but there still are l= ots of things in our todo list.
See Gotchas for Python= Users for a summary.
Yes. Boo can already be used to implement WinForms/GTK# applications. Ta= ke a look at the extras/boox folder for an example.
On the asp.net front, thanks to Ian it's already possible to directly em= bed boo code inside asp.net pages, handlers or webservices. example= s/asp.net should give you an idea of how everything works right no= w.
Daniel Grunwald has made great progress on the SharpDevelop front. Get t= he latest sources from both repositories (SharpD and boo) to check it out.<= /p>
As for MonoDevelop, it includes a Boo binding, written by Peter Johanson= , leveraging the parser code written by Daniel Grunwald for the SharpDevelo= p binding. It includes Boo project creation/editing/compiling, as well as a= n interactive shell with Gtk# integration. See the monodevelop page= a> for more information on installing it.
.NET 3.0 is actually just an update to the framework and not to the CLR = or any of the "official" languages. As such, it should be support= ed by any .NET-2.0-supporting language, such as Boo.
Also, Boo release .78 is the last version of Boo that will support .NET = 1.1.
Fire up a console and check out booish - a built-in editor to check= out the basics. Then grab a copy of Sharpdevelop or monodevelop to dive&nb= sp;into developing with Boo.
On Windows, Sharpdevelop is the most robust and stable IDE for developin= g BOO applications. Linux and Mac users develop with their favorite text ed= itor. The monodevelop team are hard at work developing a more professional = development environment that will support Boo along with other .NET languag= es.
When Boo is written in Boo it will be dubbed version 1.0.